This bistro was fantastic and one of my favourite places in Sao Paolo. The boulangerie of the same name is across the road, so the pastries and breads are both fresh and first rate. We went for breakfast and I took the set breakfast at 18 reals, which included fresh squeezed orange juice, a hot drink (good espresso) and a little basket of breads with a fresh brioche, croissant and a bread roll, with good quality raspberry jam. All excellent quality. There was outdoor seating, which was much in demand. Loved it.
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